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The story of the Arthurian legend, based on the 'Sarmatian hypothesis' which contends that the legend has a historical nucleus in the Sarmatian heavy cavalry troops stationed in Britain, and that the Roman-British military commander, Lucius Artorius Castus is the historical person behind the legend.

Director: Antoine Fuqua

Release Date: 2004-07-07
Status: Released
Run time: 126 min / 2:6
Budget: $120,000,000
Revenue: $203,567,857
Production Companies : Jerry Bruckheimer Films, World 2000 Entertainment, Touchstone Pictures, Green Hills Productions
Production Countries: Ireland, United Kingdom, United States of America
Release Date: 2004-07-07
Status: Released
Run time: 126 min / 2:6
Budget: $120,000,000
Revenue: $203,567,857

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Clive Owen
as Arthur
Ioan Gruffudd
as Lancelot
Keira Knightley
as Guinevere
Mads Mikkelsen
as Tristan
Joel Edgerton
as Gawain
Hugh Dancy
as Galahad
Ray Winstone
as Bors
Stephen Dillane
as Merlin
Ray Stevenson
as Dagonet
Til Schweiger
as Cynric
Stellan Skarsgård
as Cerdic
Sean Gilder
as Jols
Ken Stott
as Marius Honorius
Charlie Creed-Miles
as Ganis
David Murray
as Merlin's Lieutenant
Ned Dennehy
as Mental Monk
Phelim Drew
as Obnoxius Monk
Des Braiden
as Third Monk
Bosco Hogan
as Bishop Decoy
David Wilmot
as Woad Killed by Lancelot
Lochlainn O'Mearain
as Roman Commander
Ivano Marescotti
as Bishop Germanus
Clive Russell
as Lancelot's Father
Graham McTavish
as Roman Officer
Owen Teale
as Pelagius (uncredited)
Elliot Henderson-Boyle
as Young Lancelot


Directing Antoine Fuqua Director
Writing David Franzoni Author
Production Jerry Bruckheimer Producer
Production Ned Dowd Executive Producer
Production Chad Oman Executive Producer
Production Mike Stenson Executive Producer
Sound Hans Zimmer Original Music Composer
Camera Slawomir Idziak Director of Photography
Editing Conrad Buff IV Editor
Editing Jamie Pearson Editor
Production Michelle Guish Casting
Production Ronna Kress Casting
Costume & Make-Up Penny Rose Costume Design
Production Bruce Moriarty Associate Producer
Production Morgan O'Sullivan Associate Producer
Production Pat Sandston Associate Producer
Production Paul Tucker Associate Producer
Production Selwyn Roberts Line Producer
Art Paul Cross Production Design
Art Dan Weil Production Design
Art Yann Biquand Art Direction
Art Conor Dennison Art Direction
Art Anna Rackard Supervising Art Director
Art Olivia Bloch-Lainé Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Louis Joon Costume Design
Art Jana Chovancova Art Department Coordinator
Art Russ Bailey Construction Coordinator
Art Maria Cork Sculptor
Art Jenny Oman Set Decoration Buyer
Art Owen Monaghan Set Designer
Art Sharon Bruton Standby Painter
Camera Ciarán Barry Camera Operator
Camera Stefan Baur Camera Technician
Camera Peter Batten First Assistant Camera
Camera Vince McGahon Steadicam Operator
Camera Jonathan Hession Still Photographer
Camera Mike Valentine Underwater Camera
Costume & Make-Up Colleen Kelsall Assistant Costume Designer
Costume & Make-Up Ken Crouch Costume Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Eileen Buggy Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Dee Corcoran Key Hair Stylist
Costume & Make-Up Lucy Browne Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Norman Baillie Prosthetic Supervisor
Crew Maire Brennan Additional Music
Crew Amanda Bone Armorer
Crew Graham Mitchell Carpenter
Crew Dottie Starling Digital Effects Supervisor
Crew Karen Russell Driver
Crew Barny Crocker Loader
Crew Jason Keever Post Production Assistant
Crew Tami Goldman Post Production Supervisor
Crew Graeme Bird Propmaker
Crew Stuart Clarke Scenic Artist
Crew Kirk R. Gardner Second Unit Cinematographer
Crew Warwick Campbell Sequence Supervisor
Crew Casey Levie Set Production Assistant
Crew Neil Corbould Special Effects Coordinator
Crew Darren Brown Stand In
Crew Steve Dent Stunt Coordinator
Crew Carlo Antonioni Stunts
Crew Jez Tucker Systems Administrators & Support
Crew Eamonn Murphy Transportation Captain
Crew Gary Birmingham Transportation Coordinator
Production Howard Gibbins Unit Production Manager
Crew Kate Bowe Unit Publicist
Crew Stanislav Satko Utility Stunts
Crew John Maguire Video Assist Operator
Directing Owen Magee Assistant Director
Directing Jean Bourne Script Supervisor
Editing Kurt Smith Color Timer
Editing Carole A. Kenneally First Assistant Editor
Lighting Kieran Dempsey Best Boy Electric
Lighting Sean Cahill Electrician
Lighting Stephen McCarthy Gaffer
Lighting Noel Cullen Rigging Gaffer
Production Gaby Kester Casting Associate
Production Bruce Hendricks Executive In Charge Of Production
Production Dougal Cousins Location Manager
Production Kate Griffin Production Accountant
Production Maria Collins Production Coordinator
Production Jane McNally Production Manager
Production Linda A. Malcor Researcher
Sound Orin Beaton Boom Operator
Sound Michael Higham Music Editor
Sound Bob Badami Music Supervisor
Sound Peter J. Devlin Production Sound Mixer
Sound Iain Eyre Sound Editor
Sound James Harrison Sound Effects Editor
Sound Ed Colyer Sound Mixer
Sound Neil Collymore Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Lon Bender Supervising Sound Editor
Visual Effects Richard Baker Digital Compositors
Visual Effects Joe Arnold I/O Supervisor
Visual Effects Steve Cullane Special Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Ben Flatter Visual Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Martin Gabriel Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Matt Johnson Visual Effects Supervisor
Writing Jim Magdaleno Storyboard
Crew Mick Fitzgerald Motion Capture Artist
Sound James Seddon Dolby Consultant
Production James Flynn Associate Producer
Art Michael Murphy Set Dresser
Camera Heiko Jörke Key Grip
Sound Howard Halsall ADR Editor
Sound Harry Barnes Foley Editor
Editing Matt Adams Digital Intermediate
Art Duncan Malcolm Title Designer
Camera John Marzano Aerial Camera
Camera Jim Boorer Dolly Grip
Camera John Dunne Grip
Costume & Make-Up Sarah Moore Ager/Dyer
Costume & Make-Up Lucy Bowring Costume Coordinator
Costume & Make-Up Darrell Warner Costume Illustrator
Costume & Make-Up Ailbhe Lemass Key Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Andy Garner Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Crew Peter Hall Pilot
Directing Bruce Moriarty First Assistant Director
Directing Karen Richards Second Assistant Director
Directing Enda Doherty Third Assistant Director
Editing Steve Farman Negative Cutter
Production Vanessa Baker ADR Voice Casting
Production Dorothy McDonnell Assistant Production Coordinator
Production Frank Moiselle Local Casting
Sound Chris Burdon Additional Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Steve Browell Assistant Sound Editor
Sound Mark Berrow Musician
Sound Colin Ritchie Supervising Dialogue Editor
Visual Effects Christoph Schinko 3D Animator
Production Courtney Sheinin Casting Assistant
Sound Bruce Fowler Orchestrator
Sound Steve Schwalbe Dialogue Editor

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  • An alternative version of the King Arthur legend. As a boy, Arthur is left orphaned after his father, King Uther Pendragon, and mother are killed in a war waged against them by Vortigern, who then assumes the throne.

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  • This is the only King Arthur movie that I've ever seen that was based in (arguably) textually substantiated history, actually mentioning the original record that Arthur was a Roman who became famous for fighting off the northlanders NOT for finding the holy grail.

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